Bratkov possesses the same gimlet eye common to many Russian photographers in the post-Soviet era: He's best known for his controversial portraits of young girls seen smoking or dressed up like hookers. Here, he presents a 2009 installation whose centerpiece is a looping video of young boys jumping into the water from an industrial pier jutting into the Black Sea.
"Sergey Bratkov: Full Moon"
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